Holiday Inn Express Vancouver Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... section of the hill so we had an unobstructed view. They had a few different fire dancers performing at different times, and some were definitely more talented than others.
In the lodge, there was a gingerbread house competition, which is always fun to peruse. The different interpretations of the 'village' theme were interesting. There were some really impressive houses, and one in particular which looked a little sad compared ...
Today started about 7. We wanted to get packed before we had breakfast with a taxi ordered for 9 to take us to the airport. Everything went well, we even got a replacement flannel for Graham his having been removed by the cleaner on our Thursday.
Pearson was, this time, very efficient and we cleared security with no problems. My shoes were the only thing to set off the alarm - ...
... afternoon and evening ahead of me. Vancouver is a modern, clean and vibrant city, although if I'm honest I would say it lacks character. To get a better view I paid a few dollars (seniors rate again!) and went to the top of the lookout tower.
In the evening I found a steakhouse and enjoyed a very nice steak washed down with a couple of pints of Whistler Pale Ale whilst watching Seattle Sea Hawks beat the Green Bay Packers ...
... fingerprints did not scan so she had to show her GOES card to the US customs agent. Oh the trials of traveling with a problem child. All should be smooth sailing now. We won't see our big bags again until Tucson. We'll spend the next 2 hours drinking Cokes and playing on the ...
... ride down that if he lived closer to the mountain he would probably do the Grouse Grind more often. I said I would take the cable car and meet him up there.
Other, pleasanter, outdoor activities include walking in and around Stanley Park, browsing the Granville Island Farmers' Market, visiting the UBC Botanical Gardens, the Dr Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden and the Nitobe Memorial Garden, watching the steam clock do its routine in Gastown, and taking ...